Yep, I know it would have a period, like 1.96 for D, but this is how it was on ArtMedia's site a couple of years back and as I found out even today prof. H.Maier gives the same numbers. That's why I posted as I found it.
So I'm guessing must be : 0, 0.82, 1.96, 2.94, 3.92, 4.97, 5.85, 6.98, 7.80, 8.93, 9.96, 10.91
If you select equal temperament, reset all tuning settings in the organ dialog to the default and then add the number of the matching semitone to the tuning value of all pipes, you could test it with GO [036-C.wav +0, 037-C#.wav +0.82, ...048-C.wav + 0, 049-C#.wav + 0.82, ...]. This is lots of work, therefore I would only test it on parts of one stop.
You can't simply copy the offsets into the tuning fields, as the tuning values are relative. The meaning of 0 is ODF dependend. The default values correspond to the selected tuning (=equal temperament). Therefore it is really important to reset to the defaults and then add the offsets.
The resulting tuning would be:
C 0 cent (relative to C)
C# 100.82 cent relative to C
D 201.96 cent relative to C
D# 302.94 cent relative to C
E 403.92 cent relative to C
F 504.97 cent relative to C
F# 605.85 cent relative to C
G 706.98 cent relative to C
G# 807.80 cent relative to C
A 908.93 cent relative to C
A# 1009.96 cent relative to C
H 1110.91 cent relative to C
That seems quite strange to me. Could you please, if that is really the temperament, you intended.
Also I'm not sure to which category to apply..... It sounds like a 4th comma, but it plays good and Fm/Cm/Bbm/C and close to Wolf an Em/B. Quiorin was the brand that made the restoration in the 20th century, so it's not the original tuning I suppose.
But it looks like an evolving scale for zero to ten accordingly to C~B (?) Nevertheless it sounds very peculiar and characteristic at 415Hz.
You need to take a decision.